London Brussels Train
Brussels is one of the Europe's most international and multicultural cities, partly thanks to the European Union and NATO. About half of its population is of non-Belgian origin. It is also the world's second diplomatic city, after Washington D.C. With all this, expats in Brussels are well taken care of.
If you are looking to make a tour of Brussels, or just have business that takes you from London to Brussels, what is the typical route you would like to take between the two capitals? Thanks to the English Channel Tunnel, the answer is easy: the Eurostar from London’s St Pancras International station to Brussels Midi Station. There are also low cost ferries operator and low budgeted Flight operator between London and Brussels. But rest assured that the Eurostar is the fastest and most convenient way. The airports are generally located in the outskirts of the main city. Moreover the lengthy check in process makes your journey dull and irritating. There are no such problems with the Eurostar and you will be in the heart of the city with in 1hr 51min.
You can catch the London Brussels Train from London St. Pancras Station, Ashford International Station and Ebbsfleet International Station and be at the Brussels Midi Station in less than two hours. With a top speed of 186mph, the Eurostar is the fastest London Brussels train that makes your journey more stress free and thrilling. The whole journey will take 1hr 51min and will cost you for round trip around £69 when you book in advance.
Brussels also connects you to various other Eurostar Destinations including Amsterdam, Antwerp, Ghent and it is one of the busiest roots of Eurostar.
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